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  1. 07 Apr '06 18:47
    I liked it but wouldnt consider it a true documentary,because of the redramatization aspect. I liked it but wondered what other's thought about the Kasparov allegations. Joel Bejamin was pointed in his
    opin for sure . What was that opening scence trains etc. all about. Are there any good sources for further study of this debacle..
  2. 08 Apr '06 01:01
    is it cuz it's old news? no responses
  3. 08 Apr '06 01:04
    Originally posted by jbaca
    is it cuz it's old news? no responses
    Or because no could give 2 damns and there is a search button incase you aint realised this has been posted before. AND there is a thing called goggle.

    Yawn
    Bye
    Goodnight
    Yada yada
  4. Standard member TippedKing
    Blunder Grandmaster
    08 Apr '06 04:09
    Originally posted by Caro Kann
    AND there is a thing called goggle.
    I think it is a spinoff from the folks who started Google.
  5. 08 Apr '06 05:27
    Yawn
    Bye
    Goodnight
    Yada yada....
    Ill be sure to check goggle...
    Thanks TK
  6. Standard member XanthosNZ
    Cancerous Bus Crash
    08 Apr '06 09:51
    Originally posted by jbaca
    I liked it but wouldnt consider it a true documentary,because of the redramatization aspect. I liked it but wondered what other's thought about the Kasparov allegations. Joel Bejamin was pointed in his
    opin for sure . What was that opening scence trains etc. all about. Are there any good sources for further study of this debacle..
    Strange that the documentary claims that the logs weren't available.

    http://www.research.ibm.com/deepblue/watch/html/c.html

    They've been up since March 2000 on that page according to the Internet Archive.

    http://web.archive.org/web/*/http://www.research.ibm.com/deepblue/watch/html/c.html

    You'd think if you were making a movie which basically takes the stance that the IBM team cheated you'd at least look for the evidence that could prove your case. That is unless of course you found it, found it didn't prove your case and made your documentary pretty uninteresting.